Reimagining a Centuries-Old Wedding Tradition
For millennia, Jewish couples have cemented their marital unions with the nuptial contract known as a ketubah. While the practice hasn’t changed, the ketubah has, and David Master has built his business on artfully ushering it into the 21st century.
Although today’s “swipe left” culture might have you thinking otherwise, there was once a time when couples hit it off face to face. In fact, according to a 2013 Facebook study, almost one-third of married college graduates met their spouse on campus. This Valentine’s Day, we celebrate the couples whose love ignited at Rutgers and still burns scarlet. Here are just a few.
Olympic Spotlight: George Kojac
Rutgers has a long history of producing Olympic-caliber athletes that continues to this day. One of the earliest was George Kojac, who competed nearly a century ago. His is the first in a series of profiles on Rutgers Olympians, past and present, leading up to the games in Tokyo this summer.